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Manchester City and Bolton will be cheering the loudest on Sunday, says Jamie Redknapp.

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Sue De nim (Queens Park Rangers fan) says...

Good prediction...almost as good as Phil Mcnulty's one that all 3 promoted sides would go down. Chaos all season as usual, but we did enough and yet no one has given us any credit. Barton = an idiot, the only difference this time is that he's no longer a good enough player for someone to give him another chance.

Posted 10:43 14th May 2012

Jason Clarke (Manchester United fan) says...

Lol well since 2008 all it took for City to win was 45 new players and £500,000,000 + money, it reminds me of the scene in only fools and horses where trigger says abot the brush he has had for so many years, all it had was x number of handles and x number of heads, and its still the same brush. Ahh well im sure all the City fans that have came out over last few seasons will enjoy supporting Abu Dabi Utd Group, ooppps sorry i mean Man City. Bitter fan? maybe, i just feel sorry for the real teams like Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Newcastle, Aston Villa, Everton etc who built their historys and didnt buy it in 4 seasons.

Posted 17:48 13th May 2012

Arif Azim (Arsenal fan) says...

Congratulations to Manchester City. Now they will buy every footballer under the sun, including Alex Ferguson! Manchester City though have a habit of fading away after winning the title, and they were even relegated in the season immediately following their championship season, if I am not wrong (happened in the thirties or forties, I think!) First time in a three-team relegation season that three original founding fathers of the Football League have gone down together! Crazy season and a crazier finale. Despite hating Liverpool, I feel sorry for them having such a bad season. Well, Arsenal and Arsene Wenger, you have a post-season break to figure out how you are getting back into the act. We've been waiting too long, and can wait longer, but shouldn't be made to wait

Posted 17:47 13th May 2012

Matthew Mcloughlin (Queens Park Rangers fan) says...

Why does everyone just expect man city to turn up and trounce us! Anton is 100% right we are being shown completed and utter dis-respect. Yes it going to be hard and man city are likely to win but it football and football a funny old game. how many times have you seen this game before the best home record with only two points drop vs the worst away record and no wins since november but football being football (that why we all love it) do you see the away team cause a upset.

Posted 23:07 12th May 2012

Ignatius Jade (Arsenal fan) says...

i think man city will take the trophy this season, it's been long since they took a trophy

Posted 15:59 12th May 2012

Andrew Barker (Manchester United fan) says...

Couldn't agree more with Jamie's predictions, City will win comfortably against QPR and Bolton will grind out the win they need to keep them up. I don't envisage many twists this weekend.

Posted 13:31 12th May 2012

Craig Monks (Bolton Wanderers fan) says...

Interesting take on the biggest 2 games of the final day. If our squad, ravaged by bad luck and injuries manage to beat a stubborn stoke side that will be out to avenge the 5-0 defeat earlier in the season, I'll be amazed. But we live in hope!

Posted 08:22 12th May 2012

Robert Gaunt (Manchester United fan) says...

okay I accept manchester city are on top of the league but I wouldn't care if they do win it because manchester united have won more trophies and cups over the years the seasons have incredbile for manchester united many Great legends have came and gone but when manchester united first played their first ever game in the old divison they soon created goals and that turned into points. Then it turned into trophies then manchester city fans will see my point becasue it's a stark warning for manchester city. If they really want to get something out of this season then they need to win a league title . I mean manchester united overhauled liverpool last season to 19 titles. plus manchester city have had bad luck they try to get into a wining position then a week or a month later or sommet they loose it they loose then some other team jumps in front of them in the priemer league. PS: wining the league title in the priemer league is not all about being a top side in the league in england but it's about celebrating something special and maybe manchester united should get more confidence next season then more trophies :)

Posted 14:53 11th May 2012

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